Niasers speak a kind of language related to Malagasy, a very similar to languages & custom with Batak on Sumatra. It is possible that the Niasers have derived from Batak
HIGHLIGHT on Education: Indonesian Heritage Society presents Galuh Wandita *Enduring impunity: Women surviving atrocities in the absence of justice* was launched at the Ubud Readers and Writers Festival in October 2015.
The book captures the in-depth and compelling stories of 140 women survivors of conflict-related violence in Indonesia, Timor Leste and Myanmar. Lecture in English, organized by Indonesian Heritage Society.
Open to public. Entrance donation Rp.30k (Students); Rp.50k (Public)
The Indonesian Heritage Society is a non-profit organization offering participants the opportunity to learn more about the rich cultural heritage of Indonesia and dedicated to supporting Indonesia’s cultural institutions.